Helmed and formed by our most active members, Chamber committees are a key way for members to contribute to their Chamber’s continued relevance and success. The old adage “you get out what you put in” applies. The more active members are, the greater sense of value they derive from their membership and the greater value they bring to their Chamber.
SICC has 9 business committees covering a broad range of industries and business concerns. Committees inform, expand knowledge, networks and personal effectiveness. They are the seed bed for the Chamber’s advocacy work which is always designed to benefit all members. Narrow interests are not the focus.
Contact us and join the committee which is best aligned to your industry and/or to your interests. Thank you for your views, time and consistent participation and for serving your Chamber and the wider business community.
SICC’s cross-industry and industry-specific committees continue to be a focal engagement platform for members. It is through these committees that SICC drives substantive discussions on topics and issues that impact businesses. The committees also facilitate cross-industry sharing of knowledge and ideas, extend members’ network and enable them to reach out to the business community and the government.
Business sustainability creates the need to expand regionally and globally. Formerly called the Emerging Markets and now named ASEAN committee, this committee provides members with insights into market opportunities and optimal ways of doing business in each ASEAN country and culture. Our engagements with key speakers from relevant foreign government agencies and trade associations enable the ASEAN committee to deepen engagements in this important region.
Circular Economy Committee
To promote greater awareness of the commercial opportunities inherent in the circular economy.
Collaborative Innovation Committee
To champion collaboration and collaborative innovation by supporting initiatives which help execute the ITMs and uplift Singapore SMEs.
Corporate Governance & Regulatory Committee
This committee shares accounting, audit and regulatory updates relating to listed companies as well as best practices for effective corporate governance. Committee members regularly engage SGX and ACRA on topical issues.
To support the go-digital movement in Singapore by sharing information and best practices. To identify and execute initiatives that benefit the SICC membership and the wider business community.
Human Capital Committee
This committee addresses the challenges that members face in the tight local labour market, reviews the government’s manpower policies and regulations, and enables industry sharing of best practices in talent management.
Tax Policy Committee
Centred on the annual Singapore Budget, this committee focuses on highlighting tax and business policy issues and suggestions impacting the business landscape as feedback to the Ministry of Finance and Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.
Education Services Committee
As the Singapore economy restructures, this committee seeks to discover the roles that can be played by the education sector in developing and supporting a high-skilled workforce required to drive an innovative, productivity-driven economy.
Legal Services Committee
Centred on foreign law firms doing business in Singapore, this committee is a platform for members to discuss non-competitive issues, primarily across the Asian region, and network with each other.